How to Select the Right CIM Activator & Premix

Posted by Editor on Sep 30, 2020 8:31:15 AM

CIM coatings have two components CIM Premix and CIM Activator. Each container has a color-coded label in order to assist with identifying the appropriate combination of CIM Premix and CIM Activator. Learn how to select the right activator and premix. 

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Topics: waterproofing, CIM industries, CIM Activator, CIM premix

The Vital Role of Balcony Waterproofing

Posted by Graham Wilson on Sep 3, 2020 3:00:00 PM

Exterior balconies are more than just features on buildings; they are places to host guests, read good books, and enjoy the views. For some, balconies become the focal points of living spaces. People think of the comfort of their living spaces but rarely think about how the building envelope (the exterior skin that acts as a barrier against water, water vapor, air and temperature) works until there is a leak or draft. That same building envelope that creates cozy living rooms and warm sunrooms and beautiful balcony spaces doesn't just provide comfort; it also provides critical protection to the entire structure, ensuring a safe living environment.

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Topics: CIM Concrete Waterproofing, Concrete Sealant, CIM industries, Balcony waterproofing

Safety Is Top Priority When Working in Confined Spaces

Posted by Maribeth Taylor on May 28, 2020 9:15:00 AM

The construction industry faces many safety challenges as the work environment is always changing in response to the specific job at hand. One of the most challenging environments is working within confined spaces. There are numerous safety regulations in place meant to keep construction workers safe.

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Topics: CIM 1000 Premix, Concrete coating, CIM Concrete Waterproofing, Potable Water Tank, Concrete Waterproofing, CIM industries, Water Treatment

8 Reasons Why Hiring a Trained Applicator is a Smart Move

Posted by Graham Wilson on Feb 20, 2020 12:00:00 PM

Waterproofing, how difficult can it be?  You purchase the product, get either the sprayer, squeegee or brush ready for application, then spread the material and let it cure, right?  Not quite.  Waterproofing certain areas is a crucial component of many architectural and industrial projects.  While the process may seem simple, there are several factors requiring close attention to ensure the best outcome for the project.  Most important among those are product selection and application. 

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Topics: Trained Applicator Program, Training, CIM industries